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Isabelle and Elke at the Photowalk in Fermo

The agenda of Marche Tourism is never empty! At the beginning of September, a new important spot of our region was ready to welcome more than 200 photo-participants. The city was Fermo, this time, one of the 5 “provinces” of Le Marche. My fellow bloggers Isabelle and Elke, and some of their friends, joined the..

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Castelli di Arcevia. Part 1: Caudino and Nidastore

Arcevia is amongst the most famous villages in our region. The secret is that it is not only a village that we are referring to, rather 9 small walled villages – castelli in Italian – (we explained the word Castelli before in our blog) in the valley around it. I know, I know, this is..

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The chimaeras from the hilly landscape – a chat with an artist of the present day: Cristiano Dellabella

The “genius” of Le Marche, as a regional promo stated some time ago, is not only visible in the great characters of the past. Among the world-known Leopardi, Raffaello and Rossini, we shouldn’t forget the present artists that are well worth a post in our blog. One of these artists is also a fellow citizen..

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Hiking to the natural lake of Pilato

You can’t really say you are from Le Marche if you have never hiked to the famous Lago di Pilato (Pilato’s Lake). Actually, if you want to sound even more marchigiano, you should definitely call it “Pilato’s LakeS”. Indeed, this natural lake, located at 1940mt asl, presents itself sometimes as two lakes, connected only by a small stream…

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Le Marche’s canyon: Gola dell’Infernaccio

It won’t be the hot summer days to stop the hiking group of Cupramontana! What’s for sure, though, is that they will probably look for more shelter and cool places, than those sunny hot locations that they usually visit. It is the case of their last hike to the Gola dell’Infernaccio (which in English would..

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